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Poster: vansabar Date: Jun 2, 2006 4:40pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: where did my upload go?

yes, this link worked well!!

where is this located normally?? i cannot seem to find it through the contributions page

thanks!!

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Poster: GirdwoodTelevision Date: Jun 2, 2006 4:55pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: where did my upload go?

You chose the identifier path2004-04-16 when you created the item. Once it's uploaded, even when it's still in process like this, it can always be found at:

archive.org/details/identifier

where identifier, in this case, is path2004-04-16 (or whatever identifier you chose).

The contribution page is *only* for the old system. It will not show you any items contributed through the new system.

Alexis

This post was modified by ARossi on 2006-06-02 23:55:31

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Poster: vansabar Date: Jun 2, 2006 4:58pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: where did my upload go?

oh yeah, so once i have updated the metadata & it is processed through the system, it will be available for download, correct?

thanks again

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Poster: GirdwoodTelevision Date: Jun 2, 2006 5:02pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: where did my upload go?

Yes, once you submit the data, it will take 5-20 minutes or so for the item to go live. At that point, it will only have lossless files because the deriver will still be running. It will take anywhere from 1-5 hours (in general) for the lossies to show up.

You can change metadata information for your item by going to its details page (once it's live) and clicking the "Edit item" link in the lower left box. Only the item contributor can see that link, so you (and our admins) are the only people who can change that information.

Alexis

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Poster: Diana Hamilton Date: Jun 2, 2006 4:58pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: where did my upload go?

The contribution page is *only* for the old system. It will not show you any items contributed through the new system.

I've still been telling people to go there,
http://www.archive.org/contribute.php
because the New System box in the upper part has

"Create and upload a new movie, audio recording, live concert recording, or book.

"See your contribution tasks that are not yet completed.
See your history of contribution tasks that are done."

The "tasks that are done" can be pretty useful (to see history and stuff) besides just the create/ link!

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Poster: vansabar Date: Jun 2, 2006 5:10pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: where did my upload go?

ok, thanks diana--

one more thing...why does this recording not show when trying to locate it from the Artist Page??
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=collection%3Aetree%20AND%20%2Fmetadata%2Fcreator%3A%22Signal%20Path%22

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Poster: Diana Hamilton Date: Jun 2, 2006 5:26pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: where did my upload go?

Because you put it "audio"> Open Source Audio instead of "etree"> Signal Path!? What happened there?

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Poster: vansabar Date: Jun 2, 2006 5:31pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: where did my upload go?

ahha...anyway to change it??

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Poster: Diana Hamilton Date: Jun 2, 2006 5:39pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: where did my upload go?

If you leave an error report it can go on the to-do list. Also, please don't choose CC licenses or PD for any LMA-intended item unless you are with the band or have direct instruction from them to do so. Licensing choices should be their *own* choices.